The Book Cellar
Trust Me is the chilling standalone novel of psychological suspense and manipulation that award-winning author and renowned investigative reporter Hank Phillippi Ryan was born to write.
CAN YOU SPOT THE LIAR?
An accused killer insists she's innocent of a heinous murder.
A grieving journalist surfaces from the wreckage of her shattered life.
Their unlikely alliance leads to a dangerous cat and mouse game that will leave you breathless.
Who can you trust when you can't trust yourself?
"Grief and deception are at the helm of Hank Phillippi Ryan’s latest thriller, Trust Me, in which a crime writer and an accused criminal’s lives collide, as they come to discover that no one can be trusted, not even oneself. The tension mounts at a blistering pace, while Ryan dazzles on page, weaving a sinister story that readers won’t be able to put down. A must read!"--New York Times bestselling author Mary Kubica
"Stellar...'Trust Me' when I say that her latest is her best novel to date."--Associated Press
"Mesmerizing! Hank Phillippi Ryan has outdone herself in this taut thriller of damaged lives, uneasy alliances and deadly cat and mouse. Who can you trust indeed? It will take you till the final page to figure out!"-- Lisa Gardner
“The tension mounts at a blistering pace, while Ryan dazzles on the page, weaving a sinister story that readers won’t be able to put down. A must read!”—Mary Kubica
“A riveting story of guilt and deception, Trust Me is a tense and twisting psychological thriller that explores the shifting perception of the truth. Chilling, suspenseful, and impossible to put down.”—Megan Miranda
“Could stand alongside Gillian Flynn’s Sharp Objects.”—Bustle
“I couldn’t put it down! Undeniably, Hank Phillippi Ryan’s best yet! I can’t wait to put it into my customer’s hands.”—Joanne Berg, owner of Mystery to Me
“Timely, suspenseful, well crafted…this novel is impossible to put down. This is a wonderful novel, the best combination of thoughtful storytelling and unforgettable characters. I could not stop thinking about it.”—Robin Agnew, owner of Aunt Agatha’s